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Getting Involved

Canyons School District Partners are Invaluable.

Whether it is our School Partners that develop ways to give back to our local schools through spirit nights and donations or our Foundation Partners, which support District and Foundation initiatives, we are continually grateful for the commitment from our community to the education of our students!

School Business Partnerships List

Our schools, teams, and clubs are permitted to only work with businesses that have been vetted and are on our approved partner list.

Become a Partner

Businesses can partner with our schools by offering spirit nights, donations, prizes for academic incentives, and food trucks at events. 

Frequently Asked Questions

School Partnerships are businesses willing to give to our schools through avenues such as:

  • Spirit Nights – where the school brings business to you on a certain night or time frame in exchange for a percentage of the profits. For example; Chick-fil-A will host a night where an elementary advertises it as their “spirit night” and 10% of all sales from 6 – 9 p.m. goes back to the school or PTA.
  • Donations – some businesses prefer to sponsor a school or a school event. For example: Alta View Hospital pays for the t-shirts for a school’s fun run.
  • Ongoing contribution – businesses who allow a customer to sign-up as a supporter of a specific school. For example: Smith’s allows parents of a school to sign up to support their school. Smith’s sends a quarterly check to the school reflecting a percentage of all purchases made by the parents who signed up to support that school.
  • The sky is the limit! If your business has an idea of how to partner with our schools, fill out the application on the partnerships home page with your idea, submit it and we will review and get back to you on becoming a Canyons School Partner!

Does your business want to partner with the schools in the Canyons School District? Submit the online application.

School Business Partnerships List

Store and Restaurant Partners

Lisa Pop

World’s largest online collection of student art work.

Families can order keepsakes featuring their child’s art work.

20% of each purchase goes back to the school art program.

Lorraine Brikho
888-833-8441 ext. 60175

  • In-school dental care at no cost to school

Jared Snell

  • Spiritwear sales (w/ option to set pricing/earn a bit of money)

Cherise Lehr

  • Spirit Nights – schools/clubs/teams/PTAs get 20% of proceeds from supporters’ purchases

Geal Mangelson

  • 401 K-9  offers 10% discount on services. And 5 % off on products.

Holly Curby

  • Spirit Nights (Monday or Tuesday; earn 20% of total mobile app sales as future store credit- orders must be placed through the mobile app)
  • Donations

Amanda Dearth


Spirit Nights 33% of sales goes back to the school.

Susan Hiatt

  • Skate nights
  • Academic Incentives

Rick Sollis


  • STEM Night Fundraisers.
  • Hour of Code.



Kirk Pead

  • Pay for Grades (School gets $1/good grade, up to $10/student/quarter; student receives a prize. Students do not need to be patients.)

Jared Van Orden


*Spirit Nights: School receives 15% of profits from event*

Stephanie Chamberlain

  • 10% toward sporting program or PTA program
  • Sports program sponsorship at select schools

Brian Ferre

  • Schools receive 10% from Spirit Night sales. 

Jake Guymon


  • Spirit Nights – schools get 20% of proceeds from event

Don Kositchek


  • Spirit Nights – schools get 10% of proceeds from event.

Gene Formosino

  • Variable amount back to school based on spending habits

Hailee Henson


Spirit Nights 20% of sales back to the PTA.

(Sandy and Fort Union Locations)

Katie Lowder

*Home Benefit program for Support Staff and Teachers. By making home buying, selling or refinancing easier*

Christian Izabal

School Spirit Nights 20% of sales  during a four hour period goes back   to school.  

Tia Wolfe

  • Spirit Nights – 20% back to schools/PTA

Kaela Thurgood


  • Chiropractic services at a discount price.
  • Spirit Month –  School receives 50%  of new patient sales.

Davidson Pierson



  •  School Spirit Night (in person) 20% back to school/team. 
  • Virtual Spirit Night 28% back to school/team

Wen Wagstaff

  • Spirit Nights/Weeks – 15% of proceeds donated

Brad Klein

  • Spirit Nights (20% of day’s net sales donated to the school)
  • Free school tours

Ben McGarry

  • IV Hydration and Wellness services at a discount price.

Karli Hanks


  • Spirit Nights 15% of day’s sales donated to the school/organization.

Pao-Ho Wan


  • Spirit Nights 20%  of sales go back to the  school (if the group brings in $200 and above per hour)
  • 15% back if group brings in less than $200 per hour.
  • Inkind donations

Andrew Monson

  • Spirit or Restaurant Nights, 20% of sales donated to the school.
  • Food truck night/School event come with pre-made smoothies (top 3 or 4 most popular flavors) 20 % of sales donated.
  • Teams/schools  can select a certain day and timeframe, 20% of the event is given back to school/team.

Alison Schock

  • FUNdrive – get paid for donations of gently used clothing and household items (There is no cost to use the program).

Carrie Cabral


  • Variable percentage back to school based on spending habits

Allison Mikkelsen

  • Ongoing contribution once shoppers link their Rewards Cards to school’s organization number: Variable percentage back to school based on spending habits

Dana Rollins


  • Spirit Nights – 25% of proceeds donated

Tom Hartman

  • Spirit Nights – 20% of proceeds donated
  • In-kind donations

Connie Wang

  • Spirit Nights – 15% of proceeds donated
  • In-kind donations

Spencer Saunders


  • Spirit Nights – School receives 35% of profits.

Marissa De La Barra

  • One Free Sign per School (first come, first  serve)

Dakota Shorter

  • Spirit Nights – 10% of proceeds donated

Jade Barranon

  • Spirit Nights – 20% of proceeds donated

Food Truck Partners

Ali Sheikh

  • On-site shaved ice for outdoor/indoor events; schools earn 15% of event sales.

Annya Becerra

  • On-site shaved ice & hot chocolate food carts for outdoor/indoor events; schools earn 20% of event sales

Lucie Chamberlain

Alta View Elementary

If a movie about super teachers were ever made, Lucie Chamberlain would be a prime candidate for a leading role. Fortunately for her kindergarten students at Alta View Elementary, she already thrives in a supporting role for them. Parents thank her for being a “super teacher.” She is also described as an “amazing colleague.” Whether students need help in the classroom or from home while sick, Lucie goes above and beyond to help them learn, overcome fears, and feel important and cared for. Lucie is the reason a number of kids went from hating school to loving it, according to parents. The way she exudes patience, sweetness, positive energy, and love for her students with special needs melts is appreciated and admired. One parent noted: “Both my kids wish she could be their teacher forever.” Another added:  “She treats every student like their learning and their feelings are her priority.” Super teacher, indeed!

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